NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal (NCAT)

Hearings

The Commission may prosecute a complaint against a registered health practitioner before the Occupational Division of the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal. The Tribunal is legally separate from and independent of the relevant health professional council. Medical matters in NCAT are considered by a legally qualified Principal Member, Senior Members with relevant professional qualifications, and General Members who represent the community.

Hearings before the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal are public and the parties can be legally represented. For NSW, a list of current hearings can be accessed online on the Tribunal's website.

Persons attending a hearing must abide by any non-publications directions made by the Principal Member and any hearing and/or media guidelines.

Decisions

Decisions made by NCAT in relation to registered health practitioners in NSW can be accessed via the Decisions and Orders section on our website or in the following ways:

For information on decisions made about registered health practitioners in other states and territories, please visit the website of the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency.

 
Still need more information

If you would like to speak to someone at the Commission for more information before you lodge a written complaint you can contact the Inquiry Line during business hours, Monday to Friday from 9am – 5pm on 1800 043 159 or submit an online inquiry.

Online inquiry

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All complaints must be made in writing and we aim to assess complaints within 60 days. Your complaint will be allocated to an assessment officer and we will write to you to explain the outcome of your complaint.

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You can track the progress of your complaint online.

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